Identification of Crosscutting in Software Design


Berg, K.G. van den and Conejero, J.M. and Hernández, J. (2006) Identification of Crosscutting in Software Design. In: 8th International Workshop on Aspect-Oriented Modeling (AOM_AOSD2006/), 21 Mar 2006, Bonn, Germany (pp. pp. 1-7).

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Abstract:The identification of crosscutting is a prerequisite for applying aspect-oriented techniques in software development. We present an operationalization of the definition of crosscutting to support this identification. We use matrices to represent the relation
between design elements at different levels of abstraction. We present some case studies about the identification of crosscutting concerns in order to illustrate the application of our approach. In particular, we apply the approach to the identification of
crosscutting in some of the GoF design patterns.
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